Councillor made untrue allegations
Dear Sir, — The meeting on Thursday of Cheshire East Council was unlike any other I’ve ever attended.
The opening remarks saw the leader of council, Sam Corcoran, in a self-congratulatory mood, taking credit for policies he had no hand in developing.
The agenda was ill-considered, leaving councillors in the unforgivable position of being asked to make decisions on issues for which they had insufficient information and poor advice.
The biggest issue arose at the end of the meeting when, following a question that required a simple yes or no answer, Coun Corcoran found it acceptable to make wild and untrue allegations about the previous leader by lamely adding the word “allegedly” at the end of his attack.
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